You cannot secure what you cannot manage, you cannot manage what you cannot see
You will certainly know of at least one breach in your business sector and maybe even know the individuals impacted personally. In the event of a breach (which we are now mandated to report) you could well be held accountable and be subject to penalties. It is critical to understand how information is created, handled, shared, and the categorisation requirements throughout its lifecycle.
Visibility into individual behavior and interaction with business critical information is without a doubt one of the most positive steps you can take to reduce the attack surface in your business.
The average business impact and cost of a breach is $17m – don’t think that it cannot happen to you. It can, and most likely will to some degree.
Do you want to understand how the information highway in your business is being travelled, do you want to know all of the entry and exit points and how best to police, enforce or block these exits?
90% of data leakage is caused byuser mistakes
50% of transformations are failing to deliver impactful results because people’s behavior doesn’t change
50% of the global workforce will be mobile by 2020
75% of organisations are transforming to keep pace with a rapidly evolving world
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Information is your most valuable asset and is without doubt a target for theft or misuse. We will be covering methods to protect your most critical information including, Windows Information Protection, Azure Information Protection, and O365 Data Loss Prevention.
HOW DO WE DO IT
See how information protection enforces policy across the information highway, as information moves from on premises, into cloud, and through email.
See how machine learning and artificial intelligence can ensure automatic tagging and classification of information types to remove human error and risk of misclassification.
WHAT YOU NEED TO CONSIDER
you might be thinking I don’t have the problem – why should I need this?
Can you be sure that sensitive or personally identifiable information, or even PCI DSS information is not being removed from within your business and shared externally? How about emails containing sensitive information being shared to non-corporate email accounts (Gmail, outlook.com etc.)